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    First roll, just trying stuff out. Thanks.

    Actually these are negatives I made so no need for Cibachrome, will be doing RA-4.

    Says he has lots left, expensive though.
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    I thought EIR was a slide film. Sorrry. Anyway, I'm sure I'll find out prices if I inquire, but I may not bother if it is expensive. Do you know what formats he sells, and what sort of prices? I hope he speaks English, as I certainly don't speak or even recognize the language on his website. Sorry, I'm culturally dull. I only speak English and Spanish, much to my chagrin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkipA View Post
    I thought EIR was a slide film. Sorrry. Anyway, I'm sure I'll find out prices if I inquire, but I may not bother if it is expensive. Do you know what formats he sells, and what sort of prices? I hope he speaks English, as I certainly don't speak or even recognize the language on his website. Sorry, I'm culturally dull. I only speak English and Spanish, much to my chagrin.
    You're right, it is slide film but it can also be processed in C-41 or AN-5 to produce a negative. I processed it in C-41 so I can print it cheaply on RA-4 paper. I don't even have a MF slide projector and I don't do E6 at home so I chose to cross process it.

    He writes excellent English. I think it is 120 format only, $25/roll. Expensive but cut down from large sheets and the last supply on earth so he can pretty much charge what he wants.
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    He'll also cut it into 4x5" if you're interested.

    I think Dean B. is an American Ex-Pat, or something like that. Anyways... just don't mention reconstructing infrared separation negatives in photoshop to him...
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    He's actually not very keen on cutting it into 4x5 at all, though he grudgingly did some for me and it ain't cheap! He's more willing to cut it into 8x10, though, since that makes it worth his while.

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    Indeed, it took him longer to do it. He seemed willing, but I seem to recall he wanted a minimum amount.

    At any rate; this is such a unique opportunity, and if he wasn't single-handedly taking it upon himself, there would be no access to this film. I'm just happy to say I'm a part of it. It's like if someone was cutting down and selling rolls of Tech Pan or Panatomic.
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    Indeed it is great just to be shooting, developing and printing the stuff. Expensive but well worth supporting the last supplier.
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    I wonder how much of this film is left. I guess I shouldn't tarry if I want to try it.

    Ans: Apparently not a lot. See note as of June 23, 2011 here http://www.tarquinius.de/

    Does Dean cut and spool it with paper backing on 120 reels, or just supply the film cut to size?

    Ans: Spooled on 120 reels with backing. That was also noted here http://www.tarquinius.de/


    Edited to add answers, which I found easily by search engine.
    Last edited by SkipA; 07-26-2011 at 07:58 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Well thanks for providing a Q&A
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    The latest on color infrared film...

    Hello Everyone

    I’m getting lots of mail regarding the availability of the Aerochrome Color Infrared Film.

    This is the current status. I just bought what I believe to be the very last fresh material ever. Some more could pop up in the future, but my current source is depleted. I may send another follow up letter next year, but for now thanks so much to everyone who participated in this project. We got thousands of amazing IR photos!

    I have enough material to produce another 1000 medium format rolls and some extra stock that I will use to cut sheet film in 4x5 and 8x10. If you are interested in sheet film, contact me and I will try to accommodate you. I also have some strips measuring 1.5 inches wide by 33 inches long.

    This is fresh Kodak Aerochrome Infrared Film. It was manufactured in 2010 and dated 2011. If kept frozen, the film will remain fresh for several years.

    120 medium format rolls are $26 each (20 euros)

    4x5 pack of 24 sheets is USD $208. (160 euros)

    8x10 pack of 12 sheets is USD $416. (320 euros)

    1.5 x 33 inch film strips are USD $12 each (10 euros)

    I am sorry, but I will not be doing any 35mm format and I cannot give any discounts.

    Shipping: USD$8 (4 euros) Standard Postage

    When shipping to Canada or Italy, I cannot be responsible for the post. I can send it registered, express or however you like, but with these countries that is no promise that you will get the film on time. You must risk the post yourself.

    Have a photographic day!

    Dean Bennici

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